Ann Lagges, Ph.D.
Ann M. Lagges, Ph.D.
|Personal Statement||My clinical and teaching focus includes the broad areas of child and pediatric psychology, but particular areas of emphasis include obesity and mood disorders. In collaboration with a multidisciplinary team, I am participating in research endeavors related to pediatric obesity through the Pediatric Overweight Education and Research program (POWER). My work in the area of mood disorders includes an Evidence Based Treatment clinic that serves as a training clinic for our psychiatry residents and fellows and psychology interns while providing high-quality care to families.|
|Education||Undergraduate: University of Notre Dame
Graduate School: Ohio University
Internship: Indiana University School of Medicine
Red Cross Certification in Disaster Mental Health
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: Assistant director of psychology internship, involved in teaching psychiatry residents, fellows, pediatric residents, and psychology interns
Clinical: Child and Adolescent Mood Disorders, Pediatric obesity
Research: Pediatric obesity, psychotherapy for mood disorders.
|Recent Publications||Scott, E.L., Lagges, A.M., LaClave, L. (2008) Disorders Occurring in Childhood in The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis: Theory Research and Practice Eds. Nash, M. & Barnier, A.. Oxford University Press.
Meighen, K.G., Hines, L.A., Lagges, A.M. (2007). Risperidone treatment of preschool children with thermal burns and acute stress disorder. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 17(2), 223-232.
Scott, E.L. & Lagges, A.M. (2006) Childhood: Normal Development and Psychopathology in A Clinical Guide to Men's Mental Health Eds. Marc Potenza & Jon Grant. American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.